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Park Jung-chul joins "Scandal"

2013/06/26 | Permalink | Source

Actor Park Jung-chul is starring in the MBC drama "Scandal" along with the movie "NO-BREATH".

Polaris Entertainment claimed, "Park Jung-chul has been active with the SBS TV program "Jungle Rules" and is currently filming the movie "NO-BREATH". He takes on the role of Jin-woong in the drama "Scandal"".

"Scandal" is a drama about a man who finds out that the father he believed was real turns out to be a man who kidnapped him from his real father for killing his son.

Jin-woong is Jang Joo-ha's (Kim Gyu-ri) husband and is adored by chairman Jang Tae-ha (Park Sang-min). He is one who was pathetic before but turns into a perfect and passionate man.

Meanwhile, "Scandal" has cast Cho Jae-hyun, Park Sang-min, Shin Eun-kyung, Kim Jae-won, Ki Tae-young, Jo Yoon-hee and Kim Gyu-ri.

Park Jung-chul said, "I am honored to star in something so amazing with amazing people. Please watch the actual episodes".

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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